- Examining the work file
- Moving pages with page thumbnails
- Manipulating pages
- Renumbering pages
- Applying Bates numbering (Acrobat Pro only)
- Managing links
- Working with bookmarks
- Naming bookmarks automatically
- Adding multimedia files
- Setting document properties and metadata
- Setting up presentations
- Review questions
Adding multimedia files
With Acrobat, you can easily transform your PDF files into exciting multidimensional communication tools by inserting video, audio, and SWF animations.
When you add a multimedia file to a PDF, you can set launch behaviors and other options that determine how the file appears and plays in the PDF document. To add audio, video, or animation to a file, open the Rich Media tool, and then select a tool from the toolbar to add video, sound, or a SWF file. Drag a box on the page for the content, select the multimedia file, and then specify the settings you want to use.
For more information on working with multimedia files in Acrobat DC, see Adobe Acrobat DC Help.